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APEDF employment opportunity

 

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Employment Opportunities
for those committed to self-determination of our African community

Part-time Manager and Promoter,
TyRon Lewis All People’s Community Gym,
St. Petersburg, FL

Part-time Receptionist and Promoter,
Uhuru House Community Center,
St. Petersburg, FL

The African People’s Education and Defense Fund (APEDF) is looking for individuals who believe that now is the time to deal with the question of self-determination in our community.

Applicants for these part-time positions should be dedicated individuals who are committed to building these economic development institutions of APEDF and should firmly believe in APEDF’s mission statement:

"The African People’s Education and Defense Fund strives to develop and institutionalize programs to defend the human and civil rights of the African community, and to address the grave disparities in education, health, healthcare, and economic development faced by the African community."

The TyRon Lewis All People’s Community Gym has been open at its current location in the heart of the African community in St. Petersburg, Florida since 1999 and requires the management and promotional skills of someone that understands and is passionate about the importance of affordable, quality healthcare facilities in the African community. Certification and/or background in healthcare, fitness, nutrition is a plus.

The Uhuru House Community Center needs an enthusiastic, part-time receptionist and promoter who will be the first contact that the community has with the Uhuru House, who will network and develop relationships with the community, promote the use of our community center and someone who shares the vision that the Uhuru House should be the center of activity in our community.

Both positions offered are paid positions but neither of these part-time positions is offering substantial payment. There is the possibility of 6 months collective housing. The ideal candidates will see the unique and powerful opportunity in having the ability to go to work each day for the community. To know that your best talents, your labor, your greatest efforts are being used to move the entire community forward! You can wake up in the morning knowing that you will make a difference that day, and go to bed at night knowing that you did!

Those interested in applying should contact Ironiff Ifoma, APEDF President,
at 727-821-2437 or email at office@apedf.org
www.apedf.org

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